ARM tokens are mainly used to build the blockchain security ecosystem. Ordinary users hold ARM and can enjoy the benefits of wallet monitoring and alarms; project owners, exchanges and DAPP builders can use ARM to pay for security services; developers and miners are able to acquire ARM by contributing their skills in coding monitor programs and computing power, respectively. The total amount of ARM is capped and no other tokens will ever be created. The Armors Smart Contract Runtime Engine provides developers with an open source library. In terms of system monitoring, Armors owns several international patented technologies.
Armors auditing and monitoring systems have served more than 100 project and exchanges, including but not limited to big names such as Huobi, OKEx, Bgogo, Arcblock, Data, MyToken, BitKeep, HyperPay, BBX, UniBank, etc. Since 2018, Armors have recovered more than 8,000 BTC worth of digital asset losses for numerous blockchain projects.
ARM Token price
ARM “Price Limit” trading accepted currency: ETH
ARM “Price Limit” trading total hard cap: 3000 ETH
ARM “Price Limit” trading individual hard cap: based on the user’s BGGHP to the total BGGHP ratio (BGGHP countable as valid is maxed out at 10 million)
“Price Limit” trading stage – ARM will trade at 80% of the private sale price during “Price Limit” trading stage. (The ARM/ETH trade fee is 0 during this stage.)
ARM private sale price: 1 ARM = 0.0000104875 ETH
ARM “Price Limit” trading price: 1 ARM = 0.00000839 ETH
Public trading stage – After ARM’s “Price Limit” trading stage, ARM public trading will begin on April 3, 2019 at 14:00 (UTC+8). At that time, users can trade on the Bgogo exchange’s ARM/ETH trading pair at market price.